Europa

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Europa was a Phoenician princess abducted by Zeus, who had assumed the form of a white bull. Slightly smaller than our moon, Europa is the one of the original four Jovian moons sighted by Galileo in 1610.

The surface is composed of water ice and is one of the smoothest in the solar system. Complex and beautiful patterns adorn the icy surface--striations, cracks, and streaks--whereas craters are relatively rare. The images from Europa strongly resemble images of sea ice on Earth. It is thought that beneath the surface ice there is an ocean of liquid water, perhaps as much as 50 km deep, kept liquid by tidally generated heat. Having a global ocean of water in contact with a rocky sea floor makes Europa one of the best places in the solar system to look for life beyond Earth (along with Enceladus).

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from Voyager, released January 1, 2015
Composed and arranged by Cailyn Lloyd

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Cailyn Wisconsin

Cailyn began playing piano at an early age followed by violin and bass guitar. She settled on lead guitar in her teens, playing in blues and prog-rock bands in London, England. Nine years ago, Cailyn returned to music full time, devoting most of her time to studio and session work. She is also studying music theory and composition with San Francisco composer, Daniel Leo Simpson. ... more

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